5 lessons from Malaika Arora on ethnic street style

5 lessons from Malaika Arora on ethnic street style

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When it comes to style and trendsetting, Malaika Arora is someone who undoubtedly crosses your mind. With her effortless style and natural sexiness, the diva is known to adopt the latest trends in fashion and win at every look. 

Here are 5 lessons that we can learn from her street style:

1.   Comfort is Key

Paparazzi's favorite Malaika never compensates on comfort. Always on the go, the actress chooses loose silhouettes that compliment her body and give her enough space to breathe.

2.   Never compromise on quality

Malaika Arora is always seen wearing the highest quality pure cotton kurtas. Be it pure mulmul cotton or pure silk, the diva only dons the highest quality fabrics that are soothing to the skin and those that give the outfit an outstanding fall and lustre.

3.   When in doubt, White it out

No matter what season, white is an all-time favourite of the actress who flaunts her all-white looks perfectly in the Mumbai humidity. A colour that you can never go wrong with, white is Malaika Arora’s favourite choice when stepping out in ethnic Indian wear.

4.    Go Subtle

The Bollywood diva always chooses the most subtle look for her daily wear that gives her the movement and comfort needed. Malaika Arora is an epitome of ‘simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’

5.    Accessorize!

The actress carries and complements Indian kurtas perfectly with a contrasting white dupatta. Malaika sometimes goes fuss-free by replacing the dupatta with a tote, accessorizing the outfit according to the occasion.


“Wearing white may not be your go-to option for the monsoon, but Malaika Arora has no reservations against the pristine hue. Yesterday, the star was spotted outside a salon in Mumbai dressed in a delicate white chikankari kurta, which she teamed with a matching sharara. The short kurta featured bell sleeves that complemented her multi-tiered shararas. Arora ditched the dupatta for her outing, making her outfit a hassle-free pick.” - Vogue